Thirteen years on and the Oscars’ most shocking moment remains the night in 2006 when Brokeback Mountain lost Best Picture to Crash.
Kayleigh Donaldson is a full-time pop culture and film writer from Scotland. A features contributor to Screen Rant, her work can also be found regularly on Pajiba and SYFY Fangrrls. Her favourite writing subjects include star studies, classic Hollywood, box office analysis, industry gossip, and caring way too much about the Oscars. She can mostly be found on Twitter at @Ceilidhann.
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